Many of you have now been trained on or at least "shown" Site Builder 3. It's magical, yes? Like a break-dancing unicorn, a king-size bed made of donuts, an Apple iPad that's actually useful.
Site Builder 3 is already in wide use with new sites being added daily. Since we've had no migration utility to move Site Builder 2 sites into the new system, we've encouraged users to recreate smaller sites when possible.
We've done this not only because the migration utility remains MIA, but also because sites *should* be remade every couple of years. Refreshing the content and examining the sites weaknesses usually brings great improvements to usability and the organization of content.
Now that I've got that out of the...
We've just added a second training video for Site Builder 3. This time we cover the things you will find on the dashboard.
Visit our training page for a link to the video!
We just put together a quick introduction to Site Builder 3 in Adobe Connect to help those of you who have not attended a training to get started with the system.
More videos will be coming soon, each covering the basic functions and concepts of Site Builder 3.
Site Builder, ANR's very own web content management system, has received an upgrade to version 3. And by upgrade, we mean that we completely ignored what existed and wrote a brand-new system from the ground up.
Q: Is it different?
A: Oh yeah.
Q: Is it better?
A: Oh yeah.
Q: Will I be able to intuitively understand how to accomplish my goals?
The new version of Site Builder takes us into the modern era of web development and design. It's flexibility and feature set are good enough to compete with today's top content management systems, and our ability to integrate completely with our existing...
- Author: Bryon J. Noel
Can you remember back to Kindergarden when you were taught to share toys? Well, today we are having a similar lesson only this one is about sharing the web. A recent popular trend is to share news articles, web pages, blog posts, and most anything interesting you can find on the web with friends, family, or co-workers. There are a few sites that specialize in this type of sharing. A new feature we've added to the Blogs is to easily share pages with these social networking websites. Dave developed this feature for Sitebuilder 3.0 and he adapted it to make it easy to use for the Blogs.
Using this feature is quite simple, it does require an account with each social networking application you would like to use. Sharing a page with...